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Ethics Matters (Fall)

TN StudentCPT Members Volunteer at CPT Golf Classic (Fall)

Ethics Matters Fall 2018 Campus leaders and StudentCPT officers, Katie Bilbrey, Tennessee Technological University, and Matt Pellettiere, Belmont University, volunteered at the 2018 CPT Golf Classic. Proceeds from the golf tournament support programs like the annual StudentCPT Leadership Conference, which Bilbrey and Pellettiere attended. “Thank you for providing such a wonderful experience for leaders like […]

STUDENT NEWS (Fall) 2018

Ethics Matters Fall 2018 Congratulations to the following StudentCPT chapters for achieving Star and Golden Star status during the 2017-2018 school year. These chapters have demonstrated extraordinary commitment to advancing ethics awareness and leadership on their campuses. STAR CHAPTERS Colorado State University Middle Tennessee State University Minnesota State University, Mantako North Carolina A&T State University […]

CPT Featured as Nashville Sounds Charity of the Night (Fall)

Ethics Matters Fall 2018 On August 16, the NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) was featured as the Charity of the Night for the Nashville Sounds Triple-A baseball team. Matt Pellettiere, President of the Belmont University StudentCPT Chapter, joined CPT Staff, as they passed out CPT-branded fans and promoted the CPT to game-goers.

LEAD WITH INTEGRITY: What Do You Choose? (Fall)

Ethics Matters Fall 2018 One of the uncomfortable realities of life is that we all face adversity. It rarely comes when we are looking for it, we often are not prepared for it, and we are never excited about it. However, how we respond to adversity presents opportunities, but also tests our leadership and character. […]

Why I Give (Fall)

Ethics Matters Fall 2018 G. Alan Long, CPA, CITP, CGMA, is the managing member of Baldwin CPAs, PLLC, in Richmond, KY, and a longtime supporter of the NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT). As a former board member and current associate member of the Kentucky State Board of Accountancy, Long stated that his involvement […]

Good News – Men’s Wearhouse Suit Drive Steers Folks in the Right Direction (Fall)

Ethics Matters Fall 2018 For over 40 years, retail chain Men’s Wearhouse has supplied men with high-quality and affordable apparel for all occasions. For the past 11 years, the company has hosted a suit drive that encourages individuals, who, are located near one of the 700+ stores to donate gently used business attire items, such […]

Students Experience Leadership Magic in Orlando at Annual Leadership Conference (Fall)

Ethics Matters Fall 2018 The NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) hosted its 8th annual StudentCPT Leadership Conference (SLC) in Orlando, FL, June 4-6. Sixty-one energetic student leaders from around the country were invited to participate in an intense, two-day conference focused on ethical leadership and development. The conference kicked off with keynote speaker, […]

CPT Gives Awards to Seven Teams In Ethics In Action Video Competition (Summer)

Ethics Matters Summer 2018 The 2018 Ethics in Action Video Competition was a huge success. This year, a total of 37 video entries were received from 13 college and universities. These videos generated more than 3,000 views and hundreds of viewer’s choice votes from individuals who watched students use their creativity to demonstrate how ethical […]

Why I Sponsor a Leader (Summer)

Ethics Matters Summer 2018 The Sponsor a Leader Campaign provides life-changing leadership and ethics training to high-potential college students through the NASBA Center for the Public Trust’s (CPT) annual StudentCPT Leadership Conference (SLC). This conference is made possible by gifts from generous donors—like you! Vicky Petete, CPA, is the chief financial officer at Vision Bank, […]